America Teve Wins 4 Florida Associated Press Awards, 2 First Place
America Teve was the only Hispanic station to have been honored by the Associated Press in the state of Florida, taking home 4 statuettes in 4 categories
Apr 29, 2013, 08:53 ET
MIAMI, April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- America Teve is proud to announce its 4 prizes at the Florida Associated Press Broadcasters Contest. The awards, which honor the best in television and radio from around the state, were presented at a banquet held in Orlando on Saturday, April 27.
America Teve won first place in the Continuing Coverage category with "Tragica Desaparicion: Christian Aguilar" ("Tragic Disappearance: Christian Aguilar"), a series by Gina Romero and Alberto Porras. Romero and Porras followed the story of a young man that disappeared and was presumed to have been assassinated by his best friend. In the Investigative Series category, America Teve also won the first place with "Los Secretos de los Narcos" ("The Secrets of the Druglords"), by Adriana Mocciola, Yossie Galindo, Jesus Diaz and Adrian Mauceri. "Los Secretos de los Narcos" uncovered the darkest secrets of some of the most controversial in the history of the drug wars.
In the category of Reporting, "SOS Accidente Cerebrovascular" ("SOS Cerebrovascular Accident") by Adriana Navarro, Adriana Mocciola, Luis Quian and Fernando Sanchez won second place. "Mujeres reales o de fantasia?" ("Real or fantasy women?") by Adriana Mocciola, Yvette Lewis, Adrian Valdes, Luis Quian and Juan Carlos Santizo won second place in the category of Light Feature.
"We are honored to have been recognized by such a prestigious news organization. Our entire team of journalists, producers, writers and our technical staff are committed to building the best news service for our community. We intend to keep supporting these efforts in order to achieve higher levels of professional excellence," said Omar Romay, CEO and President of America CV Network.
The Associated Press is a news organization founded in 1846 as a nonprofit cooperative owned by its contributing newspapers, radio and television stations in the United States. The Associated Press operates 243 news bureaus and it serves at least 120 countries, with an international staff located worldwide.
About America CV Network:
America CV Network owns and operates America TeVe stations in Miami, New York and Puerto Rico. America CV Network owns the affiliate stations of MundoFox network in New York and Puerto Rico. America CV Network launched its new station TEVEO WJAN on January 28th 2013.
Distribution of America CV Network:
America TeVe: Miami-Ft.Lauderdale over the air on 48.1 and 41.2, Comcast 12 (Dade County) and Comcast 15 (Broward County), Atlantic 17, Direct TV 41, Dish 41, and Uverse AT&T 48. New York on-air 34.1. Puerto Rico on-air 42.1, One Link 41, Choice 21, Claro TV 24, Liberty 24 and Dish 7 (after 7 p.m.). Live streaming and more information regarding America Teve's original programming is available at www.americateve.com. TEVEO: Miami-Ft.Lauderdale over the air on 41.1 and 48.2, Comcast 82, Atlantic 3 and AT&T U-verse 41. MundoFox: Puerto Rico over the air 24.1 in San Juan, 38.1 in Mayaguez, 20.1 in Ponce, Claro TV 10, OneLink 24, Liberty 24 and Dish Network 5. New York Fios 15 and 20 New Jersey. Cablevision Optimum 107 in Long Island and 29 in Bronx/Brooklyn.
SOURCE America CV Network
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